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Final update: India TV-CVoter exit poll predicts majority for BJP in Haryana, short of majority in Maharashtra

New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party may score a majority in Haryana, while it may still fall short of a clear majority in Maharashtra, says an IndiaTV-CVoter exit poll which has been updated based on

India TV News Desk [Updated:16 Oct 2014, 11:02 AM IST]

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The Congress party, ruling the state for the last 10 years, is projected to come third with a range of 12-18 seats.

Haryana Janhit Congress-Haryana Jan Chetna Party alliance may win within a range of 1-7 seats, while 'Others' and independents may win within a range of 0-6 seats, says the exit poll.

In the 2009 assembly elections in Haryana, the Congress had won 40 seats, the INLD 31, BJP four, HJC and HJP 6, and Others 9 seats.

Voteshare wise, BJP this time may get 33 pc votes, followed by INLD with 26 pc, Congress 23 pc, HJC-HJP 7 pc and Others 11 per cent.

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